petty twelfth night

Orsino is in love with Olivia
“If music be the food of _ , play on.” Love
Twelfth Night takes place in Illyria
Olivia is unwilling to receive any visitors because she is in mourning for her dead brother
Viola comes to be at Orsino’s court as she is shipwrecked nearby
Sir Andrew Aguecheek is staying at Olivia’s home because he is trying to court Olivia
Viola disguises herself as a man
Malvolio is Olivia’s steward
Sir Toby’s vice is drunkenness
Orsino sends _ to carry his messages to Olivia. Cesario
Viola falls in love with Orsino
Olivia falls in love with Cesario
Sebastian is Viola’s brother
Malvolio’s forged letter was written by Maria
The forged letter makes Malvolio believe that Olivia is in love with him
After he is shipwrecked, Sebastian is taken care of by Antonio
_ challenges Cesario to a duel Sir Andrew
Malvolio wears yellow stockings and crossed garters
Antonio travels to Illyria to be close to Sebastian
Sir Andrew tries to fight with Sebastian because he thinks that Sebastian is Cesario
Sir Toby and the others _ to Malvolio lock him in a dark room and tell him he is mad
Feste wears the disguise of _ while speaking to Malvolio Sir Topas, the curate
Olivia marries Sebastian
Orsino eventually marries Cesario
_ does not end up married Malvolio
Orsino is the Duke, or Count, of Illyria
Viola is saved from the wreck by a sea captain
Olivia’s _ and _ have just died brother and father
Viola sympathizes with Olivia because Olivia just lost her brother
Sir Toby _ Belch
_ is NOT one of Orsino’s servants Fabian
When Viola will not take the ring, Malvolio throws it on the ground
Viola tries to convince Orsino that women can feel love by telling him of her “sister”s love
Olivia pledges to mourn her dead brother for seven years
In Act II, Orsino compares women, somewhat unfavorably, to roses
Which character is NOT involved in baiting Malvolio? Feste
Which characters ARE involved in baiting Malvolio? Sir Toby, Sir Andrew, Fabian, Maria
In Act III, Viola says that Feste is a “wise fool”
Who does NOT love Olivia Fabian
Malvolio loves Olivia
Orsino loves Olivia
Sir Andrew loves Olivia
Antonio is wanted in Illyria because of “piracy”-like activities
What color does Olivia hate? yellow
Sir Andrew challenges Viola to a duel as an attempt to win Olivia
Sebastian and Viola are from Messaline
Who stops the duel between Sir Andrew and Viola? Antonio
Feste pretends to be a curate
What does Malvolio ask for while imprisoned? pen and ink
In Act V, Antonio claims to have known Sebastian for three months
The chorus of the ending song that Feste sings is “the rain it raineth every day”
Feste calls Olivia a fool because she mourns her brother, when he’s in heaven
Antonio is afraid to be seen in Illyria because of an act he committed agains Orsino
Malvolio decides to wear yellow stockings and go cross-gartered because he thinks it will win Olivia over
Malvolio’s letter was written by Maria
Olivia falls in love with Cesario, but she marries Sebastian
Sebastian is indebted to Antonio because he saved him from drowning
Sir Andrew, Sir Toby, and Feste disturb the house by singing and carousing
The main setting is Illyria
Viola has left what in the care of a sea captain? her woman’s clothes
When Feste visits Malvolio he is disguised as a parson, Sir Topas
Orsino says he wants to kill Cesario
“After him I love / More than I love these eyes, more than my life, / More by all mores, than e’er I shall love wife. / If I do feign, you witnesses above / Punish my life for tainting my love!” -Viola
“If music be the food of love, play on; Give me excess of it, that, surfeiting, The appetite may sicken and so die.” -Orsino
“If this fall into thy hand, revolve. In my stars I am above thee; but be not afraid of greatness: some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon ’em.” -(Maria as Olivia) Malvolio
“O Time, thou must untangle this, not I! / It is too hard a knot for me to untie!” Viola
Female characters Viola, Olivia, Maria
Male characters Orsino, Sebastian, Malvolio, Fool (Feste), Sir Toby Belch, Sir Andrew Aguecheek, Antonio, Valentine and Curio, Fabian, Captain
Viola is Cesario
Valentine and Curio work for Orsino
Fabian works for Olivia
What begins the play? Orsino singing of love
“O that I served that lady, and might not be delivered to the world till I had made mine own occasion mellow, what my estate is.” -Viola (about Olivia)
Who attends Sebastian after the shipwreck? Antonio
“She returns this ring to you, sir. You might have saved me my pains to have taken it away yourself.” -Malvolio (to Cesario)
Why does Olivia fall for Cesario? His words, looks, and actions are appealing.
“For women are as roses, whose fair flower being once displayed, doth fall that very hour”? -Orsino
Orsino thinks women cannot love as well as men because women aren’t constant
“By my troth I’ll tell thee, I am almost sick for one, though I would not have it grow on my chin.” -Viola
Viola on beards: She is in love with a man with a beard.
“They that dally nicely with words may quickly make them wanton” -Viola
“Well, I’ll put it on, and I will dissemble myself in’t and I would I were the first that ever dissembled in such a gown.” -Feste
“Go hang yourselves, all. You are idle shallow things, I am not of your element. You shall know more hereafter.” -Malvolio
Who first decides to drop out of the game of making Malvolio mad? Sir Toby
Who arranges a challenge between Sir Andrew and Cesario/Viola? Sir Toby
Toby burns Sir Andrew’s letter of challenge to Cesario because Andrew’s letter was too ridiculous to send
_ is key to undoing all the confusion in the end Sebastian
“Notable pirate, thou salt-water thief, what foolish boldness brought thee to their mercies who thou in terms so bloody and so dear has made thine enemies?” -Orsino
How is Malvolio freed? Fabian brings the matter to Olivia’s attention
Sebastian and Viola sailed only to encounter a terrible storm, sinking the ship
When she lands, Viola disguised herself as a man and joined Orsino’s court
Viola visits Olivia first to deliver Orsino’s love
Sir Toby has a plan to get Sir Andrew to marry Olivia (for $)
When Viola arrives at Olivia’s, Malvolio lets her in and her disguise is effective – Olivia begins to fall in love with her
After Cesario has left, Olivia makes an excuse to get Malvolio to send a ring
Malvolio discovers after sending the ring Sir Toby, Sir Andrew and Maria making a lot of noise
Mari is keen to get revenge on Malvolio because
The letter to Malvolio says I cannot say this to your face, but I love you. If you have any feelings for me please show this by wearing yellow cross gartered stockings and smiling broadly
After the letter, Malvolio turns up at Olivia’s room, dressed according to the letter, saying he loved her, and smiles the whole time
Olivia reacts frightened of him being mad, and calls Sir Toby to save her
Sir Toby told Cesario and Sir Andrew that the other was going to kill him
Who and why stopped the duel? Antonio, to defend “Sebastian”
Last words of the play are by Feste (singing a conclusion)
A shipwrecked lady, later disguised as Cesario Viola
A rich countess, mourning the death of her brother Olivia
Duke of Illyria, in love with Lady Olivia Orsino
Twin brother of Viola who is involved later in the play Sebastian
Olivia’s stern steward who criticizes Sir Toby, Sir Andrew, and Maria, and is later cruelly tricked by them Malvolio
Lady Olivia’s court jester Fool (Feste)
Olivia’s attendant and maid Maria
lady Olivia’s uncle, rather fond of his drink Sir Toby Belch
A “friend” of Sir Toby, in love with Lady Olivia Sir Andrew Aguecheek
Duke Orsino’s first messenger to Lady Olivia Valentine
The sea captain who rescues Sebastian Antonio
Another servant of Lady Olivia who dislikes Malvolio Fabian
Fabian dislikes Malvolio
Act I, Orsino loves Olivia, but Olivia is in mourning
Act I, Viola is shipwrecked and washed ashore to Illyria, thinking Sebastian has drowned
Act I, Viola goes on to disguise herself as a man to get a job with Orsino
Act I, Viola meets Orsino and falls in love with him
Act I, we meet Sir Toby (Olivia’s uncle), Maria (Olivia’s maid), and Andrew Aguecheek (Belch’s friend in love with Olivia)
Act I, Sir Toby’s motivation is money in using Aguecheek
Act I, Viola called Cesario, and delivers message to Olivia for Orsino
Act I, Olivia is interested in Cesario
Why is Orsino unhappy at the beginning? can’t have the love of his life, Olivia
Viola is unhappy at the beginning because she thinks Sebastian dead
Viola meets Orsino but she falls in love with him
Viola disguises herself because only a man could get the job she wants
When Cesario and Olivia meet, Olivia falls in love with Cesario
Act II, Sebastian has been rescued by Antonio
Act II, Olivia sends a ring to Cesario
Act II, Sir Toby and Sir Andrew drink, Maria saying to be quiet
Act II, Malvolio tells them all off
Act II, Maria writes a letter to Malvolio in Olivia’s hand for revenge
Act II, Malvolio goes on to find the letter and overreacts (is delighted)
Sebastian and Viola are identical twins
Viola realises Olivia loves her (a mess!)
Love triangle Orsino -> Olivia -> Cesario/Viola -> Orsino
Maria is most annoyed at Malvolio because she had just told them to be quiet
Maria suggests sending a fake love letter from Olivia
Malvolio reacts to the letter, absolutely delighted, and makes sure he follows the instructions exactly
Act III, Cesario carries another message to Olivia, who openly speaks of her love for Cesario
Act III, Sir Andrew is jealous, and Sir Toby persuades him to duel Cesario
Act III, Malvolio appears to follow the love letter
Act III, Olivia thinks Malvolio mad
Act II, Cesario challenged to a duel, but Antonio rescues Cesario, thinking him Sebastian
Act II, Antonio calls Viola “Sebastian”, and she hopes her brother may be alive
Olivia loves Cesario
Olivia marries Sebastian
Olivia thinks Malvolio is mad because strange smiles and clothes
The duel is stopped by Antonio
Act IV, Sir Andrew attacks Sebastian, thinking him Cesario
Act IV, Sebastian surprisingly beast Sir Andrew, who expected Cesario’s weakness
Act IV, Sir Toby draws his sword against Sebastian
Act IV, Olivia thinks Sir Toby fighting Cesario, banishes Sir Toby
Act IV, Sebastian now attracted to Olivia, who thinks him Cesario
Act IV, Olivia and Sebastian decide to get married (still thinking him Cesario)
Act IV, Malvolio has been imprisoned by Sir Toby et al.
Act IV, Feste disguises himself as curate Sir Topas
Act IV, Sir Toby is worried he has offended Olivia, so tells Feste to stop
Act IV, Malvolio gets a pen and paper to write to Olivia to explain
Act V, Orsino decides to talk to Olivia
Act V, Cesario accused of breaking marriage to Olivia, beating Sir Andrew and Sir Toby, and failing to gain Olivia’s love for Orsino
Act V, Sebastian arrives – confusion starts to be explained
Act V, Orsino then declares his love and proposal for Viola
Act V, Malvolio’s explanation is read, and the trick is revealed
Act V ends with Feste’s song
Act V everyone lives h.a.e., except only Malvolio left upset and angry
By ending, all confusion and trickery is revealed
In the end, Sebastian and Viola are reunited
Orsino marries Viola
Olivia marries Sebastian
Sir Toby marries Maria
Viola marries Orsino
Sebastian marries Olivia
Maria marries Sir Toby
In the end, Malvolio leaves and threatens revenge
“I could not stay behind you: my desire, / More sharp than filed steel” -Antonio

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